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ZetaTalk stated during the sci.astro debates the Slowing Rotation was known to the Navy and NASA, who were inserting seconds into the master clocks.

Where the master clock is in the hands of the US Navy, which has been in the center of the secrecy over Planet X and related matters for almost half a century, this is not a difficult feat. All network computers in the world, ultimately, sync with the US Navy master clock, most by the networks dialing in during the night and adjusting. A second here, a second there, and it is always assumed to be the peripheral computers that are off, a bit, when an adjustment is made! Unless an individual is astute, and notices the increased adjustments required to their watches and clocks, they assume they are the problem, not the master clocks that run the world.
ZetaTalk: Slowing Rotation, written Jan 15, 2001

The Slowing TOPIC and TEAM pages have recorded this by early 2003, at time when the Earth was particularly subject to slowing by tugging by Planet X, as an insertion rate of 1second/day. Per the Zetas, this was a time when slowing was more acute due to conflict between the position of Planet X vs a vs the Sun. When they aligned more closely, this slowing pace stopped.

Any detectable slowing occurred in the months when Planet X was approaching the inner solar system and causing confusion in the Earth. The Earth clicks or synchs with points in the Sun on a daily basis, and thus the reliable 24 hour day. Planet X caused confusion, pulling at the Earth points that wanted to click with the Sun's points. But since Planet X is now close to the Sun, from the Earth's viewpoint, this confusion no longer exists. Until the weeks before rotation stoppage, there will be no measurable slowing.
ZetaTalk: Slowing Pace, written Nov 1, 2008

But the fact that more than the ocasional leap second was had been inserted into the master clock was never admitted, though on Mar 4, 2003 NASA Admitted to this slowing rotation, blaming it on Global Warming.

Changes in the Earth’s Rotation are in the Wind
March 4, 2003
Because of Earth’s dynamic climate, winds and atmospheric pressure systems experience constant change. These fluctuations may affect how our planet rotates on its axis, according to NASA-funded research that used wind and satellite data. NASA’s Earth Science Enterprise (ESE) mission is to understand the Earth system and its response to natural and human-induced changes for better prediction of climate, weather and natural hazards, such as atmospheric changes or El Niño events that may have contributed to the affect on Earth’s rotation. “Changes in the atmosphere, specifically atmospheric pressure around the world, and the motions of the winds that may be related to such climate signals as El Niño are strong enough that their effect is observed in the Earth’s rotation signal,” said David A. Salstein, an atmospheric scientist from Atmospheric and Environmental Research, Inc., of Lexington, Mass., who led a recent study.

But on Nov 20, 2008 the Russians admitted that a slowing rotation had been occurring.

World Should Prepare For Cataclysmic Global Flood, Warn Russian Scientists
Nov 20, 2008
The Earth is rotating around its own axis slower. The International Earth Rotation Service has regularly added a second or two to the length of a 24-hour day in recent years. A weakening of the Earth's magnetic field was first registered early in the 20th century, and a consistent drop in the speed of rotation, in the late 1980s and early 1990s.